War-like imagery is spreading in Republican circles post-Capitol riot. Democrats believe isn't an accident.
The incoming president will be on a 10-day blitz to quickly roll back some of Trump's most controversial decisions.
The upscale hotel chain said on Twitter that it opposed the Jan. 6 riot and “all who supported and incited the actions.”
U.S. Capitol Police arrested Wesley Allen Beeler, who had an unauthorized inaugural badge and a loaded handgun on him, reports said.
"De-platforming" of misinformation "superspreaders" has huge impact.
The congresswoman said that online radicalization on platforms like Facebook — which enjoy a "complete lack of accountability" — led to the attack.
Investigators are looking into possible mysterious foreign Bitcoin payments to key extremist figures, NBC reports.
"I'm glad I was in a position to be able to help," Officer Daniel Hodges said. "We'll do it as many times as it takes."
“I know it’s become a partisan issue, but what a stupid, stupid thing for it to happen,” the president-elect said.
FBI Director Christopher Wray said his agency has found "an extensive amount of concerning online chatter" about possible plans for Inauguration week.